How To Bulletproof Your Retirement Account

If you are looking to retire in the next 10, 15, or even 20 years, it's time to have a strategy in place before it's too late.

Now is the time to plan and protect your family's future by turning your portfolio into the financial fortress that you're counting on in the years to come.

In today's short video, I share with you a way to bulletproof your retirement portfolio.

You may remember when we launched the "Perfect Portfolio" some months ago. This portfolio was very popular, but many of you told me that it would not work within your retirement accounts. With this in mind, I specifically designed the "Perfect 'R' Portfolio" to work with your 401(k) or IRA account.

The "Perfect 'R' Portfolio" uses an easy to follow MarketClub strategy that I developed using my many years of investing experience as a former floor trader and member of four major exchanges.

For most investors, this report will come as a real wake-up call. For your own sake, I hope that you are one of them.

In this report, I share with you all the rules and results which explain how the "Perfect 'R' Portfolio" was created, how it actually works, and how it can work for you. As a bonus, I have included a special certificate that will give you instant access to MarketClub for the next 30 days.

With complete access to MarketClub and my foolproof strategy, you can see and verify for yourself that everything in the report is 100% accurate.

Download this report today and see how you can easily use this information to bulletproof your retirement account ... no matter what happens to the economy.

Every success,

Adam Hewison
President of
Co-founder of MarketClub

9 thoughts on “How To Bulletproof Your Retirement Account

  1. Just some dosage of reality, you can run but you no longer can hide. This time it will spare no one. So my question to you is, ARE YOU READY?

    Thank you Adam for all your hard work, and if you are going to be in Sydney in the near future if you permit me I would very much like to have a beer or two over dinner at the Greek restaurant over by the Barrack street.


    1. Bruce,

      Thank you for your kind invitation. Don't be surprised if I don't take you up on it when I next visit Australia.


  2. Only a few persons would argue against the notion that it is important to prepare for retirement. Indeed, the majority would understand the importance of planning for retirement.

  3. Adam:
    This is good for those still working.
    Now what can you dao for those of us well into our retirement dotage.

  4. Adam,
    I have learned so much from your videos in particular and from Market Club in general. I am considering opening a Perfect "R" Portfolio. I have two questions: 1) Is this a good portfolio for someone already in retirement?
    2) Should I wait for pullbacks from your current long positions and then enter on a new monthly green triangle?

    Thanks very much for all you do.

    1. Naomi,

      Thank you for your feedback.

      I think that the Perfect "R" Portfolio and MarketClub's Global Strategy Portfolio, that we are conducting a webinar on this Wednesday are both very good candidates for folks who are already retired.

      The important thing in my mind is to have a game plan. That way you're able to take advantage of markets when they are in a positive mode and also to be out of the market when it's declining. Most retirement accounts cannot go short stocks, therefore if you have that restriction on your own retirement account then you would want to look at the Perfect "R" portfolio.

      All the best,

  5. You have just observed the US helicopter dump 16 trillion dollars into the market via effective cancellation of all residential debt by calling all titles/deeds/mortgages into question.

    The states have just been given a bail-out as the money that has been promised as service for mortgages is now available to be confiscated through real estate taxes and state foreclosures for back taxes.

    Those escrows sitting with money in them for real estate tax payments and house insurance, what happens when the escrows get tied up in bankruptcy court as the holding banks fail?

    That money for the real estate taxes and insurance is still owed but will not be paid out from the escrow account.

    Rather, the homeowner will be levied again for the tax and insurance.

    The only retirement asset (store of future value) will quickly become physical silver.

    Beyond that will exist only paper mine fields which no one will dare to enter.

  6. Adam, you ought to tell them to put their money in the jr. mining stocks and gold and silver and energy.

    That ought to do the trick, don't you agree?


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